Celtic VS Real Madrid LIVE Football Match Score 06/09/2022

Celtic VS Real Madrid LIVE Football Match Score 06/09/2022

Real Madrid will head into a chaotic environment without Casemiro’s steadying presence after his sale to Manchester United, which will be a test for Aurelien Tchouameni at the center of the park. Only 22 years old, Tchouameni has quickly taken to life at Real Madrid after joining from Monaco during the summer, but Celtic will likely target him when he gets the ball.

Celtic last advanced through their group in the European Cup in 2012-13, finishing second in Group G, before going down 5-0 to Juventus in the round of 16, and it will be fascinating to see how the Scottish giants perform in this season’s competition. Real Madrid, meanwhile, are the holders of the European Cup, lifting the trophy for the 14th time last season by beating Liverpool 1-0 in the final. Los Blancos are also the reigning Spanish champions, and they already claimed some silverware this season, beating Eintracht Frankfurt 2-0 in the UEFA Super Cup towards the start of last month.

But even if Tchouameni can be taken out of the game, Los Blancos have so many ways to hurt a team so they’ll need an off day to lose this. If Joe Hart can stop Vinicius Junior and Karim Benzema, then there’s Luka Modric and Toni Kroos to deal with. Contain them? Rodrygo and Fede Valverde are still there while you also need to account for David Alaba on free kicks.

Arguably the pick of the fixtures in the opening round of Champions League group-stage games will take place in Glasgow on Tuesday, as Scottish giants Celtic welcome European champions Real Madrid. Celtic have won all seven of their matches at the start of the 2022-23 campaign, while Real Madrid have been victorious in their first five, four of which have been in La Liga. Celtic could hardly have warmed up for this match any better, with the Hoops thrashing bitter rivals Rangers 4-0 in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday to move five points clear of the Gers at the top of the table.

Matches like this are what the Champions League group stage are all about. The reigning Scottish champions will welcome Spanish champions Real Madrid to their home ground to kick off their return to Champions League play. After coming in second to Rangers two seasons ago, Celtic couldn’t make it out of the Champions League qualifying rounds missing the group stage of last year’s competition, but one of the most storied clubs in the world is back and ready to go.

Following a comprehensive 4-0 victory over Rangers in the Old Firm on Saturday, Celtic will welcome more formidable opposition to Celtic Park in Real Madrid. The Bhoys have enjoyed an unbeaten start to the Scottish season scoring 25 goals in six matches while only allowing one across those matches. While Celtic are clearly the best team in Scotland right now, the numbers are impressive no matter the team, which is why Champions League play will provide a proper test on where they are.

Ange Postecoglou’s team have been in brilliant form at the start of the 2022-23 campaign, winning all seven of their matches, six of which have been in the league, while they recorded a 4-1 victory over Ross County in the Scottish League Cup at the end of August. Celtic will play in Group F of this season’s Champions League alongside Real Madrid, RB Leipzig and Shakhtar Donetsk, and while Los Blancos are the huge favourites to top the section, second looks open, and there is no question that Celtic Park will be bouncing on Tuesday for this glamorous fixture. The Bhoys last played in the group stage of the Champions League in 2017-18, finishing third in Group B, before losing to Zenit St Petersburg in the last-32 stage of the Europa League.

Celtic lost Kyogo Furuhashi in the early stages of the clash with Rangers due to a shoulder injury; the forward has been declared fit for this contest, but he could potentially start this game from the bench. Carl Starfelt, meanwhile, suffered a knee problem in the same match, and he is definitely out of this game, which could allow Moritz Jenz and Georgios Giakoumakis to come into the XI. Yosuke Ideguchi remains out with a leg injury, but new signing Oliver Abildgaard is pushing to be involved following his arrival on loan from Rubin Kazan. Jota and Liel Abada scored three of Celtic’s four goals against Rangers, and the pair are certain starters in the final third of the field against the European champions.

As for Real Madrid, Jesus Vallejo and Alvaro Odriozola were again missing against Real Betis through injury and will miss out here, but the visitors have no other concerns heading into this contest. Ancelotti is expected to make a couple of changes from the side that took to the field for the first whistle on Saturday, with Federico Valverde and Toni Kroos likely to start. Eduardo Camavinga and Rodrygo could be the two players to drop out, but Antonio Rudiger might have to accept a spot on the bench once again, with Dani Carvajal, Eder Militao, David Alaba and Ferland Mendy set to operate as the back four in Scotland.

Celtic could hardly have warmed up for this match any better, with the Hoops thrashing bitter rivals Rangers 4-0 in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday to move five points clear of the Gers at the top of the table.

Ange Postecoglou’s team have been in brilliant form at the start of the 2022-23 campaign, winning all seven of their matches, six of which have been in the league, while they recorded a 4-1 victory over Ross County in the Scottish League Cup at the end of August.

Celtic will play in Group F of this season’s Champions League alongside Real Madrid, RB Leipzig and Shakhtar Donetsk, and while Los Blancos are the huge favourites to top the section, second looks open, and there is no question that Celtic Park will be bouncing on Tuesday for this glamorous fixture.

The Bhoys last played in the group stage of the Champions League in 2017-18, finishing third in Group B, before losing to Zenit St Petersburg in the last-32 stage of the Europa League.

Celtic last advanced through their group in the European Cup in 2012-13, finishing second in Group G, before going down 5-0 to Juventus in the round of 16, and it will be fascinating to see how the Scottish giants perform in this season’s competition.

Carlo Ancelotti’s side have also made a 100% start to their 2022-23 La Liga campaign, beating Almeria, Celta Vigo, Espanyol and Real Betis to sit at the top of the table with 12 points. Real Madrid have four more matches before the international break, taking on Celtic and RB Leipzig in the Champions League, in addition to Mallorca and Atletico Madrid in the league, and they are then not back in action until the start of October against Osasuna. Los Blancos took on Celtic in the quarter-finals of the 1979-80 European Cup, losing 2-0 in the first leg in Glasgow before recording a 3-0 victory in the reverse game in Madrid to advance to the semi-finals, where they were beaten by Hamburg.

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